Five Key Criteria Needed to Evaluate 
Data Observability Applications

Live Webinar | May 4 @ 11am PT / 1pm CT / 2pm ET

About the Speakers

Kevin Petrie
VP Research, Eckerson Group
Tristan Spaulding
Head of Product, Acceldata


Kevin Petrie, VP Research, Eckerson Group
For 25 years Kevin has deciphered what technology means to practitioners, as an industry analyst, writer, instructor, marketer, and services leader.  

Kevin launched, built, and led a profitable data services team for EMC Pivotal in the Americas and EMEA, and ran field training at the data integration software provider Attunity (now part of Qlik).  A frequent public speaker and co-author of two books on data streaming, Kevin also is a data management instructor at eLearningCurve.

The rise of data-driven applications and various factors have made enterprise data architectures more complex. Data engineers struggle to manage data pipelines that deliver high volumes of trusted, timely data across heterogeneous hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

Data observability products help overcome these challenges.

Register for the webinar

According to the Eckerson Group, data teams should evaluate data observability products using these five criteria:

  • Breadth of capabilities
  • Data pipeline governance
  • Heterogeneous integration
  • Ease of use
  • Performance

If your team is evaluating data observability products for your enterprise, this webinar is a must attend.

If you can’t join us live, please register anyway, and we will send you an on-demand recording after the event. 

Register and attend the entire webinar and you’ll be entered to win one of ten $50 
Amazon gift cards.

Tristan Spaulding, Head of Product, Acceldata
Tristan was an early product manager at AI unicorn DataRobot, where he partnered with hundreds of leading enterprises on their machine learning initiatives, developed the product and design teams, and launched the DataRobot MLOps product.  

Before DataRobot, he worked in technical product roles in big data analytics at Oracle and a small startup. He lives outside Boston with his wife, two kids, and two cats.

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